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Apple replacement and extension programs offer businesses some relief

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Apple replacement and extension programs offer businesses some relief

Got a bad 3 TB 27-inch iMac drive or video issues on a 2013 15-inch MacBook Pro? Special Apple extension programs may provide some help.

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